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How do I download the Music to my iTunes/iPod?
1. When you click on the download link, your computer will ask where
you'd like to save the zip file. One easy way to do this is to save it
directly to your desktop.
2. Copy the zip file to your iTunes directory, usually My Documents/My
Music/iTunes/iTunes Music. Use Winzip (www.winzip.com) to unzip your
folder in this new file location. There should now be a new folder in
the iTunes music directory.
3. Open iTunes on your computer, and choose the option "Add Folder To
Library" from the File menu. From the pop-up, browse to the folder that
you just created in the My Documents/My Music/iTunes/iTunes music
directory. Click OK.
4. Your download is now part of your iTunes library and you can copy the
music to your iPod as you normally would.
What format is the download in?
You will download a .ZIP file which contains the .MP3 format file
(encoded at 320 kpbs).
My download will not start?
If the download will not start, make sure you have disabled any download
What happens if my download suddenly stops?
Your internet connection may have dropped out or there may be some
disturbance on the phone line. If this happens you will need to close
the original download and start again.
When I try and open the file it says: "the compressed (zipped) folder is
invalid or corrupted."
There may have been some type of disturbance when the file was download;
delete the corrupted file and download the songs again in a new
I keep getting this error: Cannot open file: it does not appear to be a
Almost always, discarding the damaged file and downloading a new copy in
a new browser will correct this problem.
I have downloaded the songs but can't seem to find them?
The files will have been saved in your download default folder; if you
are unable to find this folder on your system try conducting a search of
all your files in your folders.
My computer is unable to open the file?
The songs will download as a Zip file. Most computers now have zip
software as part of the operating system; if your computer does not, you
can download a free trial version here.